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DPS Jammu wins 'Great Legacy in Education (K-12)' Award
9/17/2019 9:12:53 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Sept 17: Having already been ranked as No. 1 CBSE School in Jammu city, Delhi Public School (DPS) Jammu, was once again brought on the global map of education, after being nominated for India's Top 50 Prestigious Jury Awards 2019, resulting in the winning of the coveted 'Great Legacy in Education (K-12)' award among other deserving schools of India (Jury's Choice Award) at Maharashtra Educators Summit -2019, organised by the leading education portal, Education Today.co in Mumbai here on Monday.
The jury comprised of eminent personalities from education fraternity having vision for excellence in education and specialising in analysing schools pan India and abroad. The award comprising merit certificate and trophy was received by Principal DPS Jammu, Ruchi Chabra, in a glittering award ceremony, attended by K-12 decision Makers, eminent education stalwarts, prominent authors and about 500 senior delegates from different schools of Maharashtra and other Indian states.
President RCT, Ajatshatru Singh, Pro Vice Chairperson, Ritu Singh congratulated the Principal, staff, students and all parents for the achievement and extended their best wishes to all teachers for their continual and successful moulding of impressionable young minds in coming future, true to the DPS philosophy and vision of all round excellence.
Expressing satisfaction and happiness on the occasion, S.S Sodhi, PVC/Director DPS Schools J&K congratulated all members of the DPS family and said that exemplary traits of sincerity, dedication and hard work displayed by students, teachers and administration in the field of education are essential for contributing towards the overall success of an institution.
As such, they should be encouraged and given due recognition by the society for the progress of the nation.
Chairman DPS Society, V.K. Shungulu and all 400 branches of DPS also congratulated management DPS Jammu on the achievement.
Principal DPS Jammu, Ruchi Chabra expressed her gratitude to Ajatshatru Singh, Ritu Singh and Chairman, DPSS for their inspiration, support and encouragement.
She also thanked S.S. Sodhi for his support and guidance shared with all staff members, out of his rich experience of 25 years in education industry crucial to the progress and growth of DPS Jammu in last two decades.
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